Goldmund Apologue.

Goldmund Captured by the lens of history. In 1987, Michel Reverchon celebrates the first edition of the Apologue loudspeaker, renowned for its acoustic and technical qualities as well as for its avant-garde and complex design. After the very successful launch of the Reference turntable in 1983, the 3-way passive speaker, made entirely of lacquered wood, marked the beginning of a new era for Goldmund. 

“Created in collaboration with Italian designer Claudio Rotta-Loria, the Apologue was subsequently exhibited at MoMa in New York for several years, establishing its status as a timeless and iconic work of art.”